CONTENT AND DIGITAL DIRECTOR, MIT Technology Review-Solve, to design the content strategy and set up and grow an active online community with the capabilities to crowdsource solutions to specific challenges globally. Reporting to the executive director and working with internal and external stakeholders, the content and digital director will develop the branding of Solve; develop or oversee content and marketing for all Solve activities, whether press releases, marketing language, social media, op-eds, website copy, or community communications; design and implement Solve’s online presence, including designing and launching a new website; oversee or manage all online aspects of Solve challenges; and manage work-plans, budgets, staff, and consultants.
Solve is a MIT initiative addressing real and lasting solutions to the world’s greatest challenges— for information about Solve, please visit: http://solve.mit.edu/
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REQUIRED: a minimum of eight years’ experience spanning content, marketing, digital, and design; at least two years’ experience managing staff and consultants and overseeing third-party providers; proven ability to effectively manage vendor relationships and meet budget goals; highly developed organizational skills; ability to work in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment, handling projects simultaneously; ability to prioritize and plan work in an efficient manner to meet deadlines; and a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred). Must be flexible and able to work independently, take initiative, and anticipate needs. Experience in a start-up and/or social impact environment preferred, as is the proven ability to lead content strategy and website design or redesign. Job #13958-Q
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